The Mimik: Chapter Four by Lawrence Roberts

Book 1: Jake Earth’s Transmission

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Chapter Four


I lurched forward and leaped at the Mimik, mind vacant in action, to either kill or die.  If viewed in light of my place as a component of the Earth, and the might of the Earth believed in and fathomed, and that a form of this might evolved and exists as us humans, and, that we exist as individual souls within our communities and systems, my ability to combat the Mimik that first Day is a tribute less to me but the Earth itself. 

If the Earth didn’t have this attribute, our planet would have … Continue reading

The Mimik: Chapter Three by Lawrence Roberts

Book 1: Jake Earth’s Transmission

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Chapter Three


When it mimics you, the experience a Mimik creates is perfectly corrupted.  A Mimik knows your world and keeps current with it, a constant state of adjustion, its innovation effortless and innate.  An evil reflection, seductive and believable.  The small company of us who have encountered several Mimiks agree that there’s a certain feel to every one of them, like the hand of a thief.  We’re called Great Spirited, and our enemy is the Queen.  She’s there constantly.  It was a poor copy of my dead Mother standing there, and she was vicious and mean, … Continue reading

The Mimik: Chapter Two by Lawrence Roberts

Book 1: Jake Earth’s Transmission

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Chapter Two


Your sitting there one day, rather you wake up, and your standing at the foot of the bed.  Or it’s your Mom and she wants to kill you.  And sometimes it really was.  Nukes were flying, the world ended, and no one other than the early betrayers knew what was happening.  A lot of people died that day.  The Mimiks struck hard and fast, using us against ourselves.  That’s the nature of Mimiks.  Seeing one if your common is rare, and certainly not directed at you, though that was no safety.  The common battle, as … Continue reading

The Mimik: Chapter One by Lawrence Roberts

Book 1: Jake Earth’s Transmission

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Chapter One


It was a long and hopeless battle.  Great captains and generals of men fought a terrible shadow and blight on the Earth.  Nations across continents were united in this unbearable state of collective fear and dismay, though neighbors turned against one another, and treason was rampant.  Who could truly aid the enemy His cause, referred to as He though their leader was undoubtedly female in the fashion of the arachnid and insectoid monsters that swarm our planet?  But the answer was many.   Sibling betrayed sibling and parents slaughtered children who refused to embrace their dismal … Continue reading